Daris Howard Books for the Holidays - #holidaygiftguide

Can you believe Christmas is almost here?
Wow... It really seems like this year has flown by!!!
Where does the time go?

Since the holidays are approaching, I wanted to remind you to take time to relax and enjoy the time, yes, life is hectic, but you can sneak a minute or two now and then!!
For me, I love when I have a few minutes to take a nice hot bubble bath! 
Especially when we do have cold weather (Not too much of that lately, but I don't want ice again, so I am not going to complain that much!)
When I DO get to enjoy a bubble bath, I love reading a couple pages of a good book and that is why I want to share a couple books for you to check out.

I have to admit, I have not read these yet...
Life, hectic.. remember?  But, I do plan on reading them soon!!!!

Until then ( I will post reviews when I actually do read them) I did want to share so you could see if this was something that might be of interest to you.


Super Cowboy Rides:
Meet six year old Tommy Johnson, Super Cowboy and Super Story-teller.  When Tommy explains why a boy needs a dog for a pet instead of a cat, he wins everyone over with his down to earth and humorous view of the world.  But once Tommy starts school, things get complicated.  He gets put in the lowest reading group and told to stay in the back of the classroom.  He is picked on by his teacher and mocked by classmates. 
When tragedy strikes, Tommy must carry a burden beyond what any first grader should have to face.  In the process of dealing with his grief, Tommy learns the meaning of true friendship.  

The Three Gifts:
 A beautiful Christmas story about three young men who are convicted of mugging little children for their Halloween candy.
Instead of sentencing them to jail, as is expected, the judge sentences them to 100 hours of community service babysitting at the Women's Crisis Center.
They were prepared for jail, but they were not prepared for what was in store for them as the children opened their eyes and hearts and changed their lives.

Life's Outtakes:
52 stories, one for each week, from the popular story column "Life's Outtakes."  These stories are a humorous and inspirational view of community and family life. 

These all look like great books and I honestly cannot wait to enjoy reading them! 

FTC Compliant Review Policy: The product(s) featured in this review were provided free of cost to me by the manufacturer or representing PR agency for the sole purpose of product testing. Opinions expressed are my own and are NOT influenced by monetary compensation.

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